Abraham Lincoln: Humblest Equal Chance

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Abraham Lincoln Money Quote saying we should make it possible for all to gain riches, from ‘Allow the humblest man an equal chance’ speech – with no war on wealth. Abraham Lincoln said:
 
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“So while we do not propose any war upon capital, we do wish to allow the humblest man an equal chance to get rich with everybody else” — Abraham Lincoln

 

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Abraham Lincoln is saying that the government should aim to create a society where every person, regardless of their current wealth or social status, has an equal opportunity to become financially successful through their own efforts and abilities.

Lincoln wanted a system where factors like one’s birth, family connections, race, or gender would not determine their economic chances in life. Rather, each individual would have a fair and equal chance to “get rich” if they worked hard and made good use of their talents.

Birthday: February 12, 1809 – Death: April 15, 1865

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